By Jeremy Khalil on April 24, 2015
At the launch, guests and shoppers were taken through the achievements and milestones ofthe Awards through a photo exhibition. Guests were also entertained by a special kimonodance performance by Mika Yoshida, Miss Japon. The entertainment came to an exciting peakwhen one of Japan’s top Ikebana flower arrangers, Shogo Kariyazaki showcased his famous floral creations.
“As a dedicated Japanese-themed precinct, it has always been our objective for Tokyo Street to be a hub for Japanese cultural exchange and community activities. This is why we started working with theSakura Collection Students Awards in the first place. As the leading fashion mall in Malaysia, wewill continue to support Sakura Collection Students Awards through our marketing efforts. I have no doubt the Awards will go on to impact the fashion industry exponentially and inspire budding talents,” said Ms. Kung Suan Ai, Director of Marketing from Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
Last year, the competition saw 182 entries, with the winner Ms Qamarina Abdullah winning a trip to witness the Sakura Collection Asia Awards Showcase in Japan. This year, the winningentries will attend the showcase in Yokohama in 2016.
For more information, shoppers can contact Pavilion Kuala Lumpur’s Concierge at 03 2118-8833or check real-time updates on Pavilion Kuala Lumpur’s Facebook pagehttp://www.facebook.com/PavilionKL, Twitter page at @Pavilion_KL, Instagram account@PavilionKualaLumpur or LINE @PavilionKL.